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The Top 3 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home

Before you rang in 2022, it’s possible that you joined many people in the tradition of making New Year Resolutions, committing to improving your health or finances. Perhaps, you even resolved to improve specific areas of your home that, consequently, can help you successfully achieve your personal goals. Plus, when you hire a certified electrician...

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Electrical Tips to Keep the Holidays Merry

The holidays are a joyous time brimming with family gatherings, seasonal events, and glistening displays. But, unfortunately, it is the time of year for increased expenses since you need to purchase holiday gifts, plan holiday feasts, and deck the halls. Fortunately, you can implement some energy-efficient and electrical safety tips like contacting a residential electrician when decorating...

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The Top 4 Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Celebrated annually on the fourth Thursday of November, Thanksgiving Day is a holiday in which to gather with family and reflect on all the things you’re thankful for while feasting on moist turkey slices and all the trimmings. In addition, many families watch the Thanksgiving Day parade, root for their favorite team, or throw a...

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Electrical Safety Tips for a Spooktacular Halloween

It’s officially October and, with Halloween at the end of the month, Spooky Season. That means it’s time to decorate your home with all manner of spooky animatronics, décor, foggers, lights, and props that you can use to decorate the interior and exterior of your house this time of year after ensuring electrical safety. Of...

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The Importance of Having a Certified Electrician Install AFCIs

Older homes, particularly those built before the 1980s, offer current and prospective homeowners with incredible charm. According to a 2018 report by the National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) Eye on Housing, older homes also account for half the houses in the United States. However, older homes also can have aging, outdated electrical systems that...

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What is Electrical Grounding?

Electrical grounding, also known simply as grounding, refers to “intentionally creating a low-resistance path to the earth. When properly done, current from a short or from lightning follows this path, thus preventing the buildup of voltages that would otherwise result in electrical shock…” (“Grounding,” n.d.). Grounding systems for residential and commercial properties typically consist of...

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When to Consider Replacing Your Home’s Wiring

Your home’s electrical system powers your appliances, whether small or major, and consumer electronics. A system consisting of various components, beginning with your electrical service connection and meter, is controlled and maintained by your local utility company. Inside your home, the electrical panel houses several circuit breakers and bus bars along with the main breaker....

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3 Reasons to Upgrade Your Electrical Panel

As people purchase more electronics, possibly even adding a new appliance here and there, older electrical panels may not keep up with demand. That can create problems, such as breakers frequently tripping due to overloading the available circuits. Having a licensed electrician upgrade your electrical panel can solve this problem and prevent more substantial, perhaps even dangerous,...

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Practical Ways to Improve Energy Efficiency

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) ‘s Texas State Profile and Energy Estimates, “Texas is the largest energy-producing and energy-consuming state in the nation.” Households consume more than 1,779 trillion BTUs annually. Earth Day falls annually on April 22 and focuses on natural processes, emerging green technology, and innovative thinking to raise awareness...